Park City is known for winter fun. Ski resorts are well covered, and everyone has their favorites. So, what else is there to do? If you are a non-skier talked into this trip by your spouse or perhaps just need a day off from the slopes, here are some other fun options.
This unique coaster puts you in control of your experience by giving you the brakes! You can zoom up to 30 miles per hour or gently glide, according to your preference, through the beautiful Park City scenery. There is also an alpine slide and other fun activities for both young and old. They are open during the winter but may close if there is heavy snow on the track. Contact them ahead of time to make sure they are open.
Nearly as synonymous with Park City as skiing, if you are in Park City at the right time, you get to screen a wide variety of independent and artistic films from some of the hottest up-and-coming film-makers. This is a very popular event, and it is best to reserve a place to stay, as well as tickets, well in advance.
Park City has quite a reputation for excellent dining. The food tour is different every time, but you will learn about food, local art, and the history of Park City while sampling delicious dishes from some of the city's best chefs. Make reservations at least 24 hours in advance.
Head over to the ranch for a change of pace. Horseback rides in the summer include lunch. In the winter, they offer cozy horse-drawn sleigh rides.
Just a short 30 minute ride away is a geological wonder that offers a radically different atmosphere. Just under an unassuming hill lies a gorgeous thermal spring. With water that is always in the 90's, trade in your snow pants for your swim suit or even your scuba gear. This is the only warm water dive site in the continental US. Again, make reservations, as they limit the number of people allowed in, and this is on private land.
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